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SPOT X UNDERWATER VISION

  • Equipment, Machinery & Materials-Submersible Equipment

Locations

Head Office

10/136 Taren Point Rd
Taren Point NSW 2229
Australia

Spot X Underwater Vision design and manufacture underwater video and ROV technologies for the research, consultant and construction markets. Established in 2014, Spot X is led by a marine scientist with over twenty years experience in the field. With a world class team of designers and engineers, Spot X aim to produce rugged, reliable and cutting edge technology to improve data collection for our clients.


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